LANDSAT 8 Level 1 Product Performance

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1 Réf: IDEAS-TN-10-QualityReport LANDSAT 8 Level 1 Product Performance Quality Report Month/Year: January 2016 Date: 26/01/2016 Issue/Rev:1/9 1. Scope of this document On May 30, 2013, data from the Landsat 8 satellite (launched as the Landsat Data Continuity Mission on February 11, 2013) became available. ESA distributes Landsat 8 products as a near real time service ( ). The scope of this document is the Level 1 product accuracy performance of products processed by ESA. The radiometric calibration stability, the geolocation accuracy and the interband registration accuracy is monitored on a monthly basis. Comparison with results from the USGS cal/val is done. Hence the document is organized as follow $1) Scope of this document To introduce this document $2) Change record To log version of cycle reporting and input TDS considered for the month $3 )Executive Summary: To provide a quick overview on the main findings of the month and to provide updated accuracy statistics. $4) QC Issue This part is dedicated to the tracking of operational issue found during exercise $5) Radiometric accuracy stability monitoring This part provides statistics and figures (trends) regarding the multi temporal stability of radiometric calibration of visible/nir/swir data. $6) Geolocation accuracy stability monitoring This part provides statistics and figures on multi temporal stability of geolocation accuracy. The panchromatic image is analyzed. $7) Interband registration This part provides statistics and figures on geometric registration of OLI & TIRS images observed in a same date. $8)Test site description This part provides very brief description of test sites that are considered for our analysis. Note that: An insight on methods is given in IDEAS-TN-02-L8_DataValidation.docx ; The test data set is detailed in TDS_L8_cyclic.xlsx, this file is regularly updated.

2 2. Change record LANDSAT 8 Level 1 Product Performance Iss. Rev. Date Reason Comments /04/2015 Document creation /05/ /07/2015 May 2015 cyclic report June 2015 cyclic report /07/2015 July 2015 cyclic report /08/2015 August 2015 cyclic report /09/2015 September 2015 cyclic report /10/2015 October 2015 cyclic report /11/2015 November 2015 cyclic report /01/2016 December 2015 quality report /01/2016 January 2016 quality report 3. Executive summary Landsat 8 data validation purpose is to assess the continuity of data accuracy of Landsat Project. Validation Item Comment Radiometric accuracy stability monitoring Temporal stability is correct (TOA reflectance standard deviation under 0.6 for blue, green, red and NIR bands and under 1.5 for SWIR1 and SWIR2 bands). Geolocation accuracy stability monitoring (Relative location) Relative location results show a correct matching between Landsat 8 products (RMS values under 5m in both directions) No bias and no trend No site influence Temporal stability is correct (standard deviation errors under 5m in both direction) Interband Registration A strong influence of site is observed especially for TIRS band A seasonal effect is also observed for desert and Saragossa site Jumps over CCD are visible on correlation maps for B10/B11 twin and all visible twin bands. Date: 26/01/2016 2/16

3 4. QC Issues L1T is not systematically processed From ESA catalog 1, data is mostly available as Level L1T (precision and terrain corrected) products. It is important to note that sometimes instead of L1T, L1Gt might be proposed. Based on the input IDEAS dataset, used for our performance monitoring, the repartition of L1Gt and L1T products is as follow: Libya4 site : 15 L1GT products / 31 L1T products; La Crau site : 13 L1GT products / 37 L1T products; Granada site : 8 L1GT products / 36 L1T products; Saragossa1 site : 9 L1GT products / 36 L1T products. The cause of this discrepancy is not explained. It is observed that: Whatever s/w version (at ESA, «LPGS_2.3.0 / LPGS_2.4.0 ), the situation is the same; A same reference processed at USGS will be L1T and not L1Gt; L1Gt image is mostly free from cloud contamination, presence of water Therefore it is not a limiting factor for L1T generation. 1 Date: 26/01/2016 3/16

4 5. Radiometric accuracy stability monitoring 5.1. Objective The objective is to assess radiometric stability of Landsat 8 data Methods The method consists in monitoring the Top of Atmosphere (TOA) reflectance acquired on a bright site referred by Libya4, known as spatially uniform (as seen with L8/OLI spatial resolution) and spectrally stable in time. For input images, a region of interest corresponding to an area of one square degree is extracted and statistics computed. The Libyan site Libya4 is located at latitude 28.55N, longitude 23.39E, at altitude 118m. It is expected that the temporal evolution of TOA measurements over mission lifetime is stable Results and Discussions The statistics listed in table below are computed based on dataset of 35 products (from 29/01/2014 to 03/01/2016). The S/W version is not same in all cases, since archive is not reprocessed. The temporal uncertainty remains mostly below 2% and within 1 % in case of visible/ NIR bands. Having images of two different processing levels (L1Gt and L1T), the ROIs are not exactly the same, the geometric registration of temporal images may be degraded in some cases. This issue influences negatively this assessment. Bands Blue Green Red NIR SWIR1 SWIR2 L8 OLI Mean TOA reflectance (35 products) 0, ,3276 0, , , ,5962 Std TOA reflectance (%) 0, , , , , , Table 1 - Landsat 8 / OLI - Statistics on Temporal stability of radiometric calibration. Date: 26/01/2016 4/16

5 As shown in the figure below, the dispersion of TOA measurements around each center wavelength value remains quite small, except for SWIR channels, influenced by water vapor content. The spectral behavior remains correct. Figure 1-- Up) Reflectance profile as indicator of uncertainty Bottom) Configuration of observations. Date: 26/01/2016 5/16

6 The six figures below show the temporal evolution of TOA reflectance measurements for B2, B3, B4, B5, B6 and B7. Sub Cycles in time series are due to BRDF and scatter. Uncertainty is due to the atmosphere (to be checked). Figure 2-- Temporal Trends of L8 OLI TOA Reflectances. Date: 26/01/2016 6/16

7 6. Geolocation accuracy stability monitoring 6.1. Objective The objective is to assess geometric stability of Landsat 8 data. According to USGS certification document 2, the standard deviation of the difference in the line and sample components between L1T reference product band and each L1T corresponding product band should be less than 12m Methods Basically, method is based on the following processing stages: Dense matching processing between reference product and each product; Correlation grid filtering; Accuracy analysis. The panchromatic image (band 8), included in L1T product, image resampled to pixel size of 15 m, is validated against a geometric reference. Three ROI distributed over three sites are used: La Crau (reference product : LC NSG00) Granada (reference product : LC MTI00) Saragossa (reference data : LC MTI00) 6.3. Results and Discussions The overall statistics over 48 L1T products (from 30/07/2013 to 08/01/2016) are the following ones, all data merged together, without taking into account the test site. 2 Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) International Ground Station (IGS) Data Validation and Exchange (DV&E) and Certification Plan LS-IC-12 Version 2.0. Date: 26/01/2016 7/16

8 Statistics (48 products) Value Comments Mean Error Easting Direction Mean Error Northing Direction Standard Deviation Error Easting Direction Standard Deviation Error Northing Direction Root Mean Square Easting Direction Root Mean Square Northing Direction Root Mean Square 2D CE 90 0,15m 0,32m 3,77m 3,8m 3,78m 2,81m 5,34m 1,93m No bias No trend No site influence Correct temporal stability Correct correlation points repartition Correct RMS in both directions Correct CE90 Table 2 Landsat 8 / OLI panchromatic band Statistics on temporal stability of geolocation accuracy. The four figures below show a very high matching between Landsat 8 products. In the upper left figure, each point corresponds to one validated product. The black ellipse is 1D sigma error ellipse in normal distribution hypothesis. Global CE 90 is equal to 1.94m, which is very low compared to 15m resolution. No bias and no trend can be noticed. There is no site influence. The radial error distribution shows that 90% of validated products have a radial error less than 2m. It confirms bias and trend absence. In the lower left figure, each point corresponds to a correlation point. The black ellipse is still 1D sigma error ellipse in normal distribution hypothesis. Points outside the ellipse correspond to correlation noise. Global CE 90 is equal to 3.16m, which is very low. The last figure shows a correct stability of geolocation accuracy. However, the stability figure shows that the mean northing error is stronger as usual for the two last products processed by processor. Date: 26/01/2016 8/16

9 Figure 3 Up Right) Product Circular Up Left) Product Radial Error Distribution Bottom Right) Point Circular 90 Bottom Left) Temporal Trends of easting and northing errors. The correlation method is applied only on cloud free products (less than 15% of cloud coverage). LC MTI00 (17,46% cloud coverage) LC MTI00 (69,91% cloud coverage) LC MTI00 (85,2% cloud coverage) LC MTI00 (82,19% cloud coverage) LC MTI00 (42,15 % cloud coverage) LC MTI00 (72,11% cloud coverage) Figure 4 Examples of cloud contaminated images (quicklooks). Date: 26/01/2016 9/16

10 7. Interband registration accuracy 7.1. Objective The objective is to validate band registration accuracy by performing a Band-to-Band (B2B) alignment analysis upon validated products. According to USGS certification document 3, the RMSE-line and RMSE-sample error threshold for B2B, averaged for all within-band comparisons is: 0,15 pixels (4,5m) for OLI 0.18 pixels (18m) for TIRS 0.3 pixels (30m) for OLI/TIRS comparisons Methods The interband registration is assessed by mean of correlation processing between two consecutive bands. A sub-sampling of 20% is done to compute correlation maps. Panchromatic band is resampled to 30m for comparing it to B2, B3 and B4 (near from spectral view) Results and Discussions The four figures below show a correct matching between Landsat 8 OLI bands. RMS values are upper than the threshold for B2B including TIRS bands. Influence of site is strong for OLI/TIRS comparisons. Rms values are stronger on desert sites (Egypt1 and Libya4). 3 Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) International Ground Station (IGS) Data Validation and Exchange (DV&E) and Certification Plan LS-IC-12 Version 2.0. Date: 26/01/ /16

11 Figure 5 Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS band to band registration RMS errors Influence of test site on results can also be highlighted by comparing number of confident pixels per site for each consecutive band twin. The last figure shows the percentage of correlation points is poor for B4/B5 and B5/B6 twins only for Saragossa and Belgium sites. Desert sites (Egypt1 and Libya4) are not impacted. It proves a strong influence of site on correlation for these two band twins due to spectral content. Figure 6 Landsat 8 OLI band to band registration percentage of confident pixels Date: 26/01/ /16

12 The figures below show a seasonal effect on mean displacements on both directions on Egypt1 and Saragossa1 sites. Figure 7 Left) Temporal Trend of mean line and sample errors Egypt1 site Right) Temporal Trend of mean line and sample errors Saragossa1 site Jumps over CCD are visible on correlation maps for B10/B11 twin and all visible twin bands. Figure 8 Left) correlation map for B10/B11 LC NSG00 Right) correlation map for B1/B2 LC NSG00 Date: 26/01/ /16

13 8. Test site description LANDSAT 8 Level 1 Product Performance A short description of test site used in the context of this work is given herein. Site Name ROI geo center Libya E/28 33 N La Crau 4 51 E/43 12 N Granada 3 7 W/37 28 N Saragossa 1 49 W/41 45 N Egypt E/27 47N Belgium 4 20 E/50 30 N Validation item Landsat WRS 2 Path/row Radiometric accuracy stability monitoring Interband registration accuracy monitoring 181/040 Geolocation accuracy stability monitoring 196/030 Geolocation accuracy stability monitoring 200/034 Geolocation accuracy stability monitoring Interband registration accuracy monitoring 200/031 Interband registration accuracy monitoring 179/041 Interband registration accuracy monitoring 198/025 Table 3 Validation sites Libya4 site La Crau site Granada site Saragossa site Figure 9 ROI used for radiometric accuracy stability monitoring and geolocation accuracy stability monitoring Date: 26/01/ /16

14 9. Validation data LANDSAT 8 Level 1 Product Performance 9.1. Radiometric accuracy stability monitoring (35 products) Product ID Site Observation Processor date LC MTI00 Libya4 29/01/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 14/02/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 02/03/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 03/04/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 06/06/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 22/06/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 08/07/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 24/07/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 09/08/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 25/08/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 10/09/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 26/09/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 28/10/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 13/11/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 29/11/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 31/12/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 01/02/2015 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 17/02/2015 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 05/03/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 21/03/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 06/04/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 22/04/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 08/05/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 24/05/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 09/06/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 25/06/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 11/07/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 27/07/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 12/08/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 28/08/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 15/10/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Libya4 31/10/2015 LPGS_2.5.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 16/11/2015 LPGS_2.5.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 02/12/2015 LPGS_2.5.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 03/01/2016 LPGS_ Geolocation accuracy stability monitoring (48 products) Product ID Site Observation Processor date LC NSG00 La Crau 30/07/2013 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 La Crau 27/03/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 Date: 26/01/ /16

15 LC MTI00 La Crau 01/07/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LO MTI00 La Crau 03/09/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 La Crau 30/03/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 La Crau 17/05/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 La Crau 02/06/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 La Crau 18/06/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 La Crau 04/07/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 La Crau 20/07/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 La Crau 05/08/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 La Crau 21/08/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 La Crau 06/09/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 08/04/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 26/05/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 11/06/2014 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 27/06/2014 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 14/08/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 15/09/2014 LPGS_2.3.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 10/03/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 29/05/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 14/06/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 30/06/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 16/07/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 01/08/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 17/08/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 18/09/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 19/02/2014 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 07/03/2014 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 08/04/2014 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 10/05/2014 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 15/08/2014 LPGS_2.4.0 LO MTI00 Granada 30/08/2014 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 15/09/2014 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 20/12/2014 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 05/01/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 22/02/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 10/03/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MT00 Granada 13/05/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 30/06/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 16/07/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 01/08/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 17/08/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 02/09/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 18/09/2015 LPGS_2.4.0 LC MTI00 Granada 05/11/2015 LPGS_2.5.1 LC MTI00 Granada 07/12/2015 LPGS_2.5.1 LC MTI00 Granada 08/01/2016 LPGS_ Interband registration accuracy (17 products) Product ID Site Observation date Processor Date: 26/01/ /16

16 LC NSG00 Saragossa1 24/06/2013 LPGS_2.2.1 LC NSG00 Saragossa1 26/07/2013 LPGS_2.2.1 LC NSG00 Saragossa1 12/09/2013 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Saragossa1 07/03/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Egypt1 15/01/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Egypt1 16/02/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Egypt1 20/03/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Egypt1 05/04/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Egypt1 21/04/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Egypt1 04/03/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC LGN00 Belgium 30/09/2013 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Belgium 09/03/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC LGN00 Libya4 03/06/2013 LPGS_2.2.1 LC LGN00 Libya4 05/07/2013 LPGS_2.2.1 LC LGN00 Libya4 07/09/2013 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 14/02/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 LC MTI00 Libya4 02/03/2014 LPGS_2.2.1 Date: 26/01/ /16

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